Range of motion was measured with a goniometer, evaluating flexion, extension, supination, and pronation. Functional evaluation was performed using MEPS and B&M score at the final follow-up. Complications and reoperations were assessed.

STATA V.14 program (StataCorp, College Station, TX, USA), with a 95% confidence interval and a level of statistical significance defined as a P value < .05, was used. Results were presented as mean with standard deviation, and analysis of variance test (Bonferroni method) was used to compare results between injury patterns.

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